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[audio]Crivins 110 Uncut - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Links Goodbye Canonical, Hello XPRIZE Privacy-Focused Search Engine DuckDuckGo Gets A New Look, Smarter Search With “Instant Answers” Germany Plans To Ban Computer Companies That Work With NSA From Sensitive Public Contracts China bans the installation of Windows 8 on government computers Student Wins Pirate Bay Domain To Protest Website Blockades LG Will Take The 'Smart' Out Of Your Smart TV If You Don't Agree To Share Your Viewing And Search Data With Third Parties | Techdirt The future of...
Keywords: FOSS
Downloads: 68
[audio]Crivins 109 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Links Police ask blogger to remove tweet about Ukip Ukip pressured me to take down a tweet – and now I'm really up for a fight Google Ordered to Amend Search Results as EU Supports Individuals' 'Right to be Forgotten' Megaupload Asks Court to Freeze MPAA and RIAA Cases US Expelled Saudi Students For Using Pirate Software, Official Says Another Improvement To The Star Wars 'New' Trilogy Torpedoed By Copyright Chinese Government Says on TV That Windows XP Users Should Choose Linux Microsoft Patc...
Keywords: FOSS
Downloads: 57
[audio]Crivins 111 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Links Microsoft’s ‘Star Trek’ voice translator available before the end 2014 Ubuntu Devs Work on Porting Android Apps to Ubuntu Linux Pre-orders start today for Flame, the Firefox OS developer phone Apple Pulls Popular Weed-Growing Game From App Store, Ignores All The Unpopular Ones Schneier: Snowden's Leaks Have Actually Made It Easier To Crack Terrorists' Encrypted Messages Do Personal Computers Come With NSA Surveillance Devices Built-In As Standard? China's Shanzhai Companies Moving On...
Keywords: FOSS
Downloads: 93
[audio]Crivins 43 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
This episode was a bumper news show, with a record number of stories. Oan the bright side, we blasted through them quickly. We start off with the accusation that Google are playing funny buggers with DuckDuckGo. After that, there was the bargain price for 7 porn clips, $1.5m. Next up was a story that shows the difference between a mb on your broadband, and mobile as a bloke gets a bill for £6,875...
Keywords: Linux, FOSS
Downloads: 38
[audio]Crivins 00 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
The first episode and hotly anticipated episode of Crivins is finally out of the oven, and not bad it was too. We’ll get better as we get into our stride but for a first episode it’s not too bad. We decided this episode would be a bit unusual and not the regular formula. We thought this would be a good way for you to get used to our accents. So in this episode we talked about how we got into Linux, our favorite applications, our favorite podcasts and lastly about both Crivins and Unseen Stud...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 23
[audio]Crivins 11 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We’re going strong and onto out episode eleven, not to be confused with Elven (as in; something belonging to Elves). This episode was meant to be a three way conversation but as kevie couldn’t make it, it turned into a two way with our guest Tim, from TechBytes. I first took the oppertunity to get a little spot of revenge with an unprepared question about tech April fools jokes he’d seen. In our first story we spot that the FBI are concerned there are spies in US universities, we wonder if...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 28
[audio]Crivins 55 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We started off episode 55 with an update to a previous story, the people who hacked a billboard to share the Pirate Bay slogan got free iPads for their trouble. Next up is the news that TV stations really should check their sources, as a Danish channel show an Assassin's Creed screenshot thinking it's a real image of Damascus. Think a 2yr contract is long? Spare a thought for folks in Virginia, who are locked into a 75yr contract for the internet and TV...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 3
[audio]Crivins 54 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Inspired by Studio 54, we ramble through a Mumble fueled mishmash of news stories, starting with Prenda Law getting desperate to throw a judge off the scent with any excuse they think might work. After that was the story of a former revenge porn site owner being hit with a $250,000 defamation claim. Our "numpty of the week" slot goes to a dude who left pages of counterfeit currency in his printer when he took it back when it was faulty...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 24
[audio]Crivins 104 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Links Record Labels Lose Big as Court Declares File-Sharing Tools Legal Netflix 4K streaming is now live A New Animated Web Series About Copying And Copyright Digital drugs will transform healthcare NSA Spied On Human Rights Watch And Amnesty International Here’s everything you need to know about the Heartbleed web security flaw The rise of mobile apps and the decline of the open web — a threat or an over-reaction? Tunes Maybe I'm Blind by Soma Glasgow by Glasgow
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 64
[audio]Crivins 83 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Links Argos launches own-brand budget tablet for 'tweenies' Police Dramatize ‘$445 Million’ Pirate Movie Site Raid Here’s why it’s legal for Google and Facebook to use your face in ads Protests follow Google 'endorsed advert' change Twitter's new feature lets you receive direct messages from users you don't follow Backdoor found in D-Link home routers Are Hollywood’s Artificial Release Delays Driving Piracy? In furor over rape and incest porn, ebook retailers aren’t the only ones to ...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 20
[audio]Crivins 49 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We start with a reheat from the 80's that failed on Kickstarter, as Dizzy failed to make it's target by quite a margin. After that is the first of a few confusing stories this week, with Antigua setting up a commercial site to offer US copyrighted stuff without paying the rightsholders in revenge for a trade decision. BT are the first in the UK to officially announce that limited bandwidth isn't really an issue, so they're dropping bandwidth caps...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 9
[audio]Crivins 61 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We had a little change with this episode, and decided on three mini discussions.First was the SystemD / Upstart dependency issue, second was the upcoming Identica / Pumpio transition, and finally was about the privacy issues with a Google Glass type product, and the auto opt-in nature of it. Tunes Atlantic Drive by Mark Preston My World by WE ARE FM Sit in a tree by Suzie Zuzek
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 20
[audio]Crivins 22 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Out with the old, in with the new. Not only is the site new, but we’re starting an uncut version of the show too. The uncut version is much longer, and is the full Mumble conversation before, during and after the show without the music. Tonights show had to be spliced together because Mumble crashed. We also started an hour later so Eric joined us mid show. Our first news story this week was about how the rich and powerful think they can abuse copyright laws to silence criticism...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 20
[audio]Crivins 25 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Episode 25 sees the triumphant return of the lesser spotted Crivins co-host Kevie, after a month incommunicado on his holidays. Continuing the format we started last week, our discussion is up first, about the misconceptions folks who are not used to anything but OSX or Windows get told about Linux. Our news section started with a story about the RIAA trying to hide a part of their own studies because it doesn’t fit with the narrative, that most file swapping goes on offline...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 11
[audio]Crivins 21 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
The first episode of July without Kevie has arrived, and I was joined by Dave and Caroline from the Bugcast. We started by discussing another Microsoft “me too” attempt they’ve had to write off, with an advertising company. Next up is the Facebook phone app that darts into your contacts to switch them to @facebook.com emails without asking your permission. After that is a great writeup on the idea that “piracy” is an excuse for not innovating and giving the customers what they want...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 17
[audio]Crivins 14 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
As got ready for this episode, the news broke that Oracle had won on two counts of copyright infringement over Google amounting to a few lines of code. The payout is a lot less than Oracle would have liked though. Before we get into this weeks new stories, we spotted updates to the last discussion on Crivins. Microsoft have applied for a patent on wiretapping Skype, the bastards. The FBI meanwhile are moaning about not being able to get backdoors in enough stuff, they’re wanting backdoors ever...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 21
[audio]Crivins 39 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
After a schedule clash, the regular episode of Crivins was moved to Wednesday. The technology in the polls during the US elections caused some problems, as did the FSF with a daft stunt a windoze 8 launch event. Microsoft may be spying on you via the Kinect, along with a talk about the importance of piracy in the modern time. Wayland 1.0 has been released and HP upgrades it’s membership of the Linux Foundation to Platinum...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 10
[audio]Crivins 40 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Kevie and Gordon are back for another week of open source talk and opinion. Microshaft includes ads and junkware in windows 8, why break the habit of a lifetime? The new DirectX is going to be exclusive to windows 8; risky ploy on micoshaft’s part. The new Humble Indie Bundle is on sale for the next ten days. HTC and apple reach a settlement along with some thoughts on apples progress over the last couple of years...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 16
[audio]Crivins 19 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We’re joined this week by Eric again as well as Dave and Caroline from the Bugcast. After the obligatory attempt to reference Paul Hardcastle, we got on with the show. We start this episode with an education section, and the news that there’s a movement to make teaching and the curriculum more wiki style so it can be more representative and faster moving at a cheaper price than the current options...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 18
[audio]Crivins 73 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Discussion Where will Canonical be in five years? We're looking for a couple of semi regular co-hosts for Crivins Links Disabled Australian starts petition to kill CAPTCHA UK Porn Filter Will Censor Other Content Too, ISPs Reveal Other Government Agencies Wanted Access To NSA Surveillance Data For Other Investigations... Including Copyright Infringement Pirates Form Church to Battle Copyright Law That Insults Their Beliefs German Minister on EU Company Ban For Privacy Violation Tor 'deep web' se...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 29
[audio]Crivins 102 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Links To Catch A Meaningless Leaker, Microsoft Made It Clear It Has No Concern For Your Privacy Hackers Can Force ATMs to Spit Out Money With a Text Message Twitter Blocked in Turkey as Prime Minister Pledges to 'Eradicate' It De La Soul partners with BitTorrent to offer full-length mixtape download for free Dutch student offers up all his personal data to highest bidder Two Year Jail Term Planned for Convicted Cyber Bullies Anti-Piracy Outfit Pirates Article and Images For Own Press Release The...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 50
[audio]Crivins 82 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Links California bans 'revenge porn,' could punish offenders with fines and jail time YIFY: Hollywood Nemesis Becomes Iconic Piracy Brand Nielsen to measure Twitter chatter about TV shows Tablet buyers aren't ditching their laptops, studies show GNU Hurd reaches milestone: Version 0.5 released - Bangor free software DOJ Hasn't Actually Found Silk Road Founder's Bitcoin Yet StopFileLockers Anti-Piracy Outfit Announces Imminent Shutdown Lavabit vs...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 33
[audio]Crivins 60 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We started episode 60 with an update from last week, about copyright trolls and a horror movie. It turns out that they got the name wrong, and are claiming rights they don't have. Next up is the unusual case of a judge who sees that the law applies to him as well, and fines himself for his phone ringing. Are Samsung infringing on a Microsoft astroturfing patent? Or are they innovating on the shill model? Microsoft are forced into an embarrassing climbdown over the start button...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 15
[audio]Crivins 01 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We first mark the passing of Ilya Zhitomirskiy, one of the co-founders of Diaspora who passed away at the ripe old age of 22. We note the fact that Linux Outlaws have switched over from Identica to Google+. Also on the Google front, we discuss the fact that Google have allowed people to opt out of having their wifi location information tagged and logged by Google. We find that GEMA are a living breathing Musicians Guild, by demanding fees for Creative Commons music at an event exclusively featur...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 25
[audio]Crivins 80 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Discussion The difference between the vanilla Windows or Android experience and what people generally get is vast, we discuss the issues. Open source Android fork Cyanogen becomes $7m company Taking Android fragmentation to the next level Links Powerful New Ubuntu PC Unveiled By System76 HP to Stock Ubuntu Laptops in 1,500 China Stores Microsoft Cries Google Monopoly, Irony Meters Spike Google ready to toss cookies as ground shifts for online ad rules MPAA and RIAA Teach Copyright at Kindergarte...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 6
[audio]Crivins 37 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Since Andrew was a bit under the weather, we kept this episode a bit shorter and all news stories. We started off with the good news that Broadcom have provided the source code for the ARM GPU on the Raspberry Pi. After that was the story that Ceefax is finally an ex-service. The traditional industries that struggle with the internet always pop up, with Brazillian news publishers preferring to see their viewers and influence plummet than provide teaser snippets to Google’s agregators...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 19
[audio]Crivins 85 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Links SolusOS: Life Happens…Distros Die Cinnamon Desktop: Breaks with GNOME, finds beefed-up Nemo Twitter Images And The Anti-Social Social Network IsoHunt Resurrected Less Than Two Weeks After $110 Million MPAA Deal RIAA: Bitcoin Makes it Hard to Track or Seize Pirate Bay Donations Ubuntu's Amazon Shopping Feature Wins Anti-Privacy Award Copyright levy for ISPs violates EU regulation, Belgian government says India plans to restrict email use after NSA leaks Mike Rogers: You Can't Have Your Pr...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 5
[audio]Crivins 15 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We first looked at a story about a lawsuit against the Beastie Boys for copyright infringement over sampling, that was so badly timed to arrive the same week as the passing of MCA. With a bit of luck the PR backlash will hit the bastards. Next up is a startup called Pirate Pay, funded by Microsoft among others to disrupt and poison bit torrent swarms. After that is a piece that questions why we assume industries needs must trump the public good when talking about laws, and finally a lesser spott...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 31
[audio]Crivins 44 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
After a bit of a hairy start when the Mumble server was dead, we got the use of Delwin's server to record this episode. An honorary mention goes to PipeManMusic who offered to help out. We started off with another story that shows the power the BPI have over ISPs and what sites to block or not block. After that was the predictable Microsoft FUD campaign backfiring. They wanted FUD about Android malware and got an avalanche of shit about Windows malware...
Keywords: Linux, FOSS
Downloads: 19
[audio]Crivins 24 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We flipped things around this week in a new experiment at time management. Our discussion is the first section of the show, which is about London 2012, the Olympic thingy set in the summer in London with some tax avoiding sponsors shitting over the locals. We had some connection issues, so the show was kinda pieced together in editing. The news section began with a good story, but rushed in it’s implementation, that ICT is getting a makeover for the start of next term...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 34
[audio]Crivins 108 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Links Amazon launches shopping via Twitter Can't I help you? Shoppers are shunning store assistants in favor of smartphones Medialink Threatens Customer With Lawsuit For Writing A Negative Amazon Review Android malware holds phones to ransom for 'viewing illegal porn' Virus Blockers are "Dead" Says Norton Maker Symantec App.net lays off entire staff but remains afloat Dotcom Thanks RIAA and MPAA for Mega's Massive Growth Accused of Movie Piracy, Senior Citizen Kicked Out of Theater Google is tes...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 68
[audio]Crivins 77 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Discussion Is it worth us revamping kids education to suit the world they live in, instead of the world we grew up in? Links Crowds Cough Up More Than $12K for Facebook Hacker Khalil Shreateh - Facebook Bounty by Marc Maiffret Are we missing life to focus on our mobile companions? Even suspicious email is too tempting to skip, survey finds India Wants To Ban US-Based Email Systems For Government Communications Over NSA Concerns Microsoft will still patch Windows XP for a select group Also Worth ...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 28
[audio]Crivins 12 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We have an unusual three part episode this time, as we finally get round to catching up with the feedback at the third and final section of the show. Before that though we discuss Microsoft’s lockin costs to the UK tax payer, the FBI seizing remailler servers in the US, the fantastic number of orders for the Raspberry Pi and a little bit of software Gordon thought was something totally different to what it actually is; Boot to Gecko...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 24
[audio]Crivins 62 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
In this episode we have a change to an all news episode. We started off with a couple of smartphone stories, with Lockout classing privacy invading ad networks as malware, and a law in the US that would see folks who unlock their smartphones potentially going to jail. Prenda Law never fail to give us stories, now they're threatening to tell your neighbours about your downloads, to embarrass you into just paying up...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 13
[audio]Crivins 16 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
As Crivins reaches it’s sweet sixteenth, we pulled in a guest who happened to be on Mumble as we went to record by the name of Eric. We started off the show with the news that a Monty Python sketch is being enacted in the Linux world with Mandriva assuring anybody who’d listen that they’re not in fact dead, despite all appearances to the contrary. Next up is the rather odd news that Greek courts have banned two music sites...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 24
[audio]Crivins 30 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We started off this show with a couple of Apple stories, first that they find an app that reports US drone strikes objectionable, and that Bruce Willis has spotted that all the stuff you buy from the iTunes store, you don’t in fact own. After that we noticed Facebook and Twitter have opened their arms to marketing folks spamming users. Next up is a study looking at whether it’s worth encrypting data...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 21
[audio]Crivins 65 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
In another of our three parters we started with the news that Cinnamon 2.0 will not have a Gnome back end. When a torrent site disappears, then reappears, and points to the German Pirate Party, who say they know nothing about it. Next up is an example of a patent troll being out innovated by a high school student. In a rare but welcome display of union, XBOX and PlayStation fans unite against DRM on their platforms...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 35
[audio]Crivins 42 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
The dazzling Scottish duo of Kevie and Gordon are back for another fine episode of Crivins. An LTE chip has been found on Google's Nexus 4 smartphone but it's disabled, website performance is what keeps the US customers returning for more or leaving it in the distance, Gnome are offering an option for those who want the classic mode, but is it too little too late? US asks Twitter to silence Hamas accounts...
Keywords: Linux, FOSS
Downloads: 3
[audio]Crivins 04 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
In our forth and final episode of the year, we went a little bit longer than we’d usually go. We first had a chat about Apple abusing the patent system to prevent standards that don’t benefit them being accepted as standards. next we had a trio of stories that remind you folks that you don’t own the stuff you buy if the makers can change the terms afterwards. Microsoft tells folks they have the right to delete stuff from your system for any reason they see fit, they force XBOX users to upd...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 44
[audio]Crivins 17 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We were joined by Eric again this week as Crivins reaches legal driving age in Scotland. The first story we cover is a TV broadcast service in the US called Dish, offering their customers an auto-ad-hopping feature on time shifted content, and the major networks who supply the programs are trying to argue that skipping adverts should be illegal. Next up, we see another Pirate Bay story, with the authorities playing whac-a-mole with IP addresses...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 18
[audio]Crivins 81 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Discussion The announcement from Valve, of the SteamOS and Steam Box, and it's impact on Linux Links Firefox and Chrome give browser plug-ins the cold shoulder Proxy.sh VPN Provider Sniffed Server Traffic to Catch Hacker LA School Gives iPads To Students; Students Hack Protection; School Freaks Out And Halts iPad Program Microsoft Ditches Anti-Piracy Partner After Embarrassing DMCA Takedowns Mozilla working on a second-screen solution that may rival Chromecast Underground black market Atlantis d...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 17
[audio]Crivins 76 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Links Ubuntu Edge Ubuntu Edge Linux mobe: 'Made you look,' crows Shuttleworth AdBlock launches crowdfunding campaign to create ads about blocking ads Kevin Spacey: Give Users Control, What They Want, When They Want It, At A Fair Price, And Stop Worrying About Piracy California moves to outlaw 'revenge porn' MN Judge Refuses To Throw Out Case Against Citizen Recording Police, EMS U.S. School Systems Say Yes to Chromebooks Ballmer's Exit Marks the End of an Era at Microsoft Are tech firms the new ...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 31
[audio]Crivins 64 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We had a three part show this week, with a news section and two discussions. There's a bit of a theme here, starting with GEL skirting the copyright troll laws and continuing to send out extortion letters. Then we had a teacher who was raided by the Police for uploading an educational book. As all good things come in threes, we had five cops to arrest one person, and the FACT folks conducting the interviews...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 54
[audio]Crivins 75 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Discussion Are we as a society losing the ability to be realistic in terms of taking criticism? Links Glenn Greenwald's partner detained at Heathrow airport for nine hours The commentariat on David Miranda's detention Journalist For Time Magazine Announces His Eagerness To Defend US Drone Strike Killing Julian Assange Feds Threaten To Arrest Lavabit Founder For Shutting Down His Service Why Google's Now Encrypting Data In The Cloud Don't start selling until you see the whites of their eyes: Goog...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 19
[audio]Crivins 94 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Discussion Are the public ready for the internet of things? Fridge sends spam emails as attack hits smart gadgets CES 2014: Connected tech raises privacy fears Who should we fear more with our data: the government or companies? Links Adware vendors buy Chrome Extensions to send ad- and malware-filled updates Ouch: HP brings Windows 7 'back by popular demand' Microsoft removed Tor remotely from botnet-infected systems Firefox OS gains Foxconn dev tablet Also Worth A Read Why The All-In-One Smartw...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 12
[audio]Crivins 107 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Links Microsoft brings Minority Report hover keyboards to life Film download prices 'to be determined by screen size' Brazil Passed On Boeing For $4.5 Billion Fighter Jet Deal Because Of Concerns Over NSA Surveillance Google no longer mining student Gmail accounts for targeted ads Top tip, power users – upgrading Ubuntu may knacker your Linux PC Ubuntu For Android Is No Longer Being Developed Chase Bank Slutshames Their Adult Performer Customers Police Raid "Miniature Pirate Bay" Run on Home C...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 62
[audio]IUMA: Shelley Foss
Having loved music since childhood and having had countless sing alongs with Micheal Jackson and the mini pops, I picked up both some taste and some guitars. Unfortunately, Baa Baa Black Sheep can't explain why I ended up as the black sheep of my family, at least not unless one is prepared to get WAY to interpretive. Three bags full anyone? Those who love me, however, know that I am true to my heart and in it.....
Keywords: Shelley Foss
Downloads: 13
[audio]Crivins 74 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Links Firefox and ZTE start attack on US and Blighty from Friday City of London orders Renew to stop tracking citizens with its trash cans TOR Case Appears to Be Infringement of Rights UK Prime Minister Calls ask.fm A 'Vile Site,' Blames It For The Behavior Of Some Vile Users Pirate Bay Releases ‘Pirate Browser’ to Thwart Censorship Acer to downplay Windows in favor of Android, Chrome OS 'Hand of Thief' Linux trojan steals Internet banking information Dotcom: Surveillance and Copyright Extre...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 84
[audio]Crivins 29 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We have a bit of an unusual show tonight, in that there’s no discussion section. It’s all news, with more indepth discussion around these stories. It’s also an episode where Gordon has a couple of tunes for the show. We started off the show with the big tech story of the week, the whiney iBitches won a court case against Samsung. After that was a story about Microsoft tracking what you install on Windows 8...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 25
[audio]Crivins 67 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
With the recent PRISM revelations, we start with a story about whether encryption really keeps your stuff private. After that is the news that Hadopi is illegal across the EU. Microsoft have noticed their indoctrination program is under threat, so they're trying to get Surface RT tablets into schools. It's better than into landfill sites. There's a wonderful article on civil disobedience in the tech era...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 51
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